Access to the ISOLDE Facilty
For details of safety issues related to accessing the ISOLDE facilty please click here.
General Safety Information
Here is a list of safety-related persons responsible for ISOLDE installations and buildings (ISOLDE hall, bldg 275, 508), together with the description of their responsibilities. If you are not certain whom to contact in a given situation, ask the ISOLDE Physics Coordinator. For all safety contacts in the PH departiment, see https://ph-dep.web.cern.ch/ph-dep/Safety/Officers.html.
GLIMOS (Group Leader In Matters Of Safety) for all ISOLDE experiments: ISOLDE Physics Coordinator - Karl Johnston
"Local GLIMOS" for fixed installations: local responsible for a given experiment, see the pdf file below
DSO (Departmental Safety Officer): PHysics dept. - Mark Hatch , BEams dept. - Marc Tavlet, ENgineering department - John Pedersen
RSO (Radioprotection Safety Officer): PHysics dept. Federico Ravotti, BEams dept. -
RPO (Radiation Protection Officer): Alexandre Dorsival
TSO (Territorial Safety Officer): Miguel Lozano Benito
LSO (Laser Safety Officer): PHysics dept. - Jan Troska , ENgineering dept. - Bruce Marsh
For ISOLDE Users several courses are offered which are related to safety.
- Basic Safety Courses 1-3
- Radiation Protection
- Access to ISOLDE Hall
- Electric Safety
- Bridge Crane Operation
- First-Aid Course
For more information about these courses see https://espace.cern.ch/info-safetytraining-official/Pages/default.aspx .
Details of Radiation Protection at CERN can be found via http://radiation-protection.web.cern.ch/radiation-protection/ .
- Safety Codes
- Safety Files
- Safety Procedures
- Safety Organisation
- Installation Supervisors
- ISOLDE experiments safety contacts (see pdf below)
- Safety Commission Website
- PH Department Safety Plan
For further information please refer to the Safety Commission's Contact Page.
Useful information in case of an accident can be found at https://admin-eguide.web.cern.ch/admin-eguide/accident/proc_accident.asp .If you need to complete an accident report the form required can be found at https://edh.cern.ch/Document/General/Accident2 .